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My name is Joan and I have been a Vet Tech with over 35 years in per health
Us the Rabbit a Lop Rabbit?
Us it wating well?
Would you be willing to get a second hands on opinion?
As long as he is able to see ti eat and get aroind with no problems and healthy I see no resh to put hin down. We do see this problem in certan breeds and one is the Lop where it happens more often.
My sugeestion is to see a Veterunary Opthamologist who specializes in Animal;s etes and have the rabbit seen. He can tell you if something can be done. In dogs we do surgical repair.
That is the best chance to help the eye. My personal opinion is if the rabbit is otherwise healthy, I would allow him to live and give the care he needs.
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